A number of the effects achieved by the oil were not discovered at once, nor was it discovered by a single man, they are attributed to the northern masters of the early Renaissance. They technically perfect painting by introducing a combination of color and oil. Thus the whole color becomes warmer, brighter, more varied, and truer; the old bitterness disappears, and soft transitions, subtle nuances, and a unique expression are allowed.



Famous impressionist painters painted with watercolors, the most famous of whom are: Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh…

The most significant watercolors in Croatian art history are the paintings made by Slava Raškaj (1877 - 1906)



Acrylic is a universal painting technique. It has the characteristics of various painting techniques: tempera - durability, watercolor - watercolor stain, fullness and pastel gouache, and oil paints - deep light color.

The technique is popular among contemporary artists primarily because of its properties.